Aims/priorities: Grants are available for registered charities in the North West of England working to provide greater opportunities for and improve the lives of children, the elderly and the disabled and their carers. The Trustees are also willing to consider particular needs caused by the Covid19 pandemic and by adapting to new ways of working. Grants are not made to individuals. Grants are not generally made for salaries or other recurring costs. Applications from charities in successive years are not viewed favourably.
Aims/priorities: The programme views enabling technology as a vital element of supporting older people to remain as independent as possible in their own homes and communities. The fund is looking for practical, holistic solutions and supporting services that can enable people to achieve better, personalised outcomes effectively and efficiently within local communities
Who can apply? UK-based organisations are eligible to apply. Applicants might include:
Aims/priorities: The first round of 2022 provides grants to young carers/young adult carers. In recognition of the huge impact the pandemic has had on children and young people across the UK, especially that those with caring responsibilities are disproportionately affected, the Trust has focused its funding on providing support to young carers and young adult carers to address learning gaps linked to the pandemic.
Aims/priorities: The fund is designed to help open up access to sustainable careers in music for people aged 18-25, particularly those who are underrepresented; and to support creative employers to innovate and incubate new and diverse talent.
Who can apply? Applications will be accepted from organisations that:
Do you or your team have a training requirement?
Would you like to up-skill yourself or your team at no cost?
Greater Manchester Youth Network (GMYN) wants to hire an individual or organisation to work with them over the next six months. They want an external evaluation of our youth programmes and delivery models and support with identifying new monitoring frameworks to better measure their impact.
You’ll work with their delivery teams as well as their managers to get a real feel of how GMYN delivers its work and help focus on what makes their USP.
Aims/priorities: Grants for previous Wolfson grant holders to undertake basic refurbishment and maintenance works that have a clear emphasis on enhancing the sustainability of buildings, improving energy efficiency and reducing ongoing cost.
Who can apply?
All applicants must have been awarded a capital grant from the Wolfson Foundation before January 2020.
Applications will be accepted from
Aims/priorities: Benefact Trust (formerly known as Allchurches Trust) is offering grants to Christian charities and organisations throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland to provide increased mental health support for people and communities in need regardless of faith.
The Brighter Lives Mental Health Programme will enable Christian churches, cathedrals, denominational bodies, and charities to respond to the mental health crisis exacerbated by COVID-19 through greater training, resources, and support.
Funding is for projects that:
Lloyds Bank Academy have organised a 1 hour webinar to show the process that all small charities and businesses can follow for you to put in place a marketing plan that makes marketing simple and does not take up valuable time.
By the end of the webinar you will know
1. What makes your charity/small business special
2. Exactly who your customers/clients are
3. Where they are spending time
4. How to create engaging content for them
Aims/priorities: Funding is intended to promote access to justice (particularly for people trying to get support for their basic needs), equality of opportunity or a sustainable environment.
The funders are particularly interested in hearing from applicants working with vulnerable groups, including prisoners, asylum seekers, people with disabilities and women in refuges.
Funding may only cover identifiable items or activities such as: